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JULIAN Speroni wanted his Crystal Palace testimonial game to be against Dundee - because they showed the faith to bring him to British football.

The Eagles legends caps his 10th season with the South Londoners with the Selhurst Park tribute match against his old employers on May 26.

Speroni joined Dundee from Platense in 2001 and spent three years with the Scottish oUtfit - playing in the UEFA Cup for them - before leaving for the capital.

The Argentinian said: "They gave me an opportunity when I was a young kid, 21 or 22, and not experienced at all. They believed in me. It meant a lot to me.

"That's why when I had my first meeting with my testimonial committee that I told them I would like it to be Dundee.

"It was a different career route.

"Normally players need to play in their own country first and then if they do well a move to Europe grows from that. But I'd only played two games for the first team - I had been training with th... read on

CRYSTAL Palace are set to decide on the futures of a number of their youngsters who are coming out of contract this summer.

Reise Allassani,... read on
JULIAN Speroni wanted his Crystal Palace testimonial game to be against Dundee - because they showed the faith to bring him to British football.
... read on
MILLWALL'S hopes of staying up were dealt a huge blow as they failed to convert several chances against mid-table Blackburn.
The hosts had just t... read on
FORMER defender Andy Frampton says quitting AFC Wimbledon was a very tough decision - but the right one - after a
fractured ankle prompted retirem... read on

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